MLA style, created by the Modern Language Association of America, is the primary citation style used for papers in literature and media studies.
Every paper written in MLA style follows the same basic formatting rules.
MLA style has specific formatting rules for the first page of your paper.
In MLA style, format quotations of more than lines of prose or more than three lines of verse as block quotations.
MLA style has specific rules for formatting tables and figures.
In MLA style, the sources you cite in your paper are listed all together at the end, in the Works Cited section.
In MLA style, there are different formats for citing sources at the end of your paper depending on the type of source.
In MLA, there are different formats for citing sources in text depending on the type of source.